Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)
Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)
Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)
Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)
Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)
Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)
Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)
Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)
Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)
Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)
Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)
Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)
Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)
Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)
Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)

Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing (July & August)

Regular price
$850.00
Sale price
$850.00
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per 

Florida Mahi-mahi Nearshore Fishing Charter: $850

  • Guide: Capt. Chris Williamson - Pathfinder 2500
  • Guide: Capt. Brice Williamson - Blackjack 224
  • July & August are best months for mahi in our area
  • 4 person max
  • 6 hour nearshore fishing charter in Florida state waters (within 9 miles of shore)
  • Includes fishing license, all fishing gear & bait
  • USCG Licensed Captain & Guide
  • Lodging available at our Eastpoint Lodge: lodge can accommodate up to 11 people, call or text Capt. Chris for booking info 850-251-8650
  • note: Williamson Outfitters also accepts payments thru Venmo, search @Capt-Chris-Williamson

Mahi mahi are fast-growing fish that live no more than five years. They can reach speeds of up to 50 knots and light up like a neon sign when on the run. You'll find them lurking beneath weed lines or any floating debris that will hold bait. It is not uncommon for light-tackle anglers to catch dozens of the smaller “chicken dolphin” or “schoolies”. 

Mahi mahi is a favorite of many anglers because visually speaking you won’t find a prettier fish in the Gulf of Mexico and because they make great table fare! These fish, with their electric hues of blue, yellow and green, are like free-swimming neon signs. Their sense of camaraderie is even more intriguing. A social fish that travels in large schools, dolphin fish often refuse to leave a hooked companion. So a tried and proven trick is to leave a hooked dolphin fish in the water then toss baits to the other fish in the school.

 

What you should bring:

  • Drinks & Food
  • Cooler for your fish
  • Sunscreen & Sunglasses 
  • Dramamine if needed, however we will never be more than 9 miles from shore
Our experienced guides with be with you every step of the way to ensure that you have a safe & memorable experience! Our boats are equipped with necessary USCG safety gear... our number one goal is to keep you safe!